The Palace of Versailles, the Grand and the Petit Trianon are closed. 
The park of Versailles is open to walking from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The last access to the Park is at 6.15 p.m.
Access to the Park is possible by the Queen's gate, the Saint Anthony gate and the Sailors gate
Conditions to access the estate of Versailles.

An outstanding estate

The history of the Palace of Versailles starts at the 17th century. It was first a hunting lodge, then a seat of power, and finally, from the 19th century onwards, a museum. Composed of the Palace, the gardens, the Park, the Trianon estate and several buildings in town, today the Estate of Versailles spreads over more than 800 hectares.

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The Park
The Park

A haven of greenery

The Royal Tennis Court
The Royal Tennis Court

A Testament to the French Revolution

The daily life of the king

A day in the life of Louis XIV

Palace of Versailles App

Palace of Versailles App

The official Palace of Versailles app.


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